City of Corona
Department of Water & Power
755 Public Safety Way
Corona, CA 92880
Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm
General Info: (951) 736-2234
(951) 736-2234, press 1
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tiered rate info
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News & Updates
Temescal Wash Clean-Up Event
The City of Corona organized the annual Temescal Wash Clean-Up Event on Saturday, October 26th. One hundred and fifteen (115) volunteers, mostly students from local middle and high schools, arrived in the early morning hours to participate in the clean-up. The event took place along a portion of the Temescal Wash located on Auburndale Road, just north of West Rincon Road. Over 6.82 tons of trash and debris were collected by the volunteers and City crews from the Public Works Department and the Department of Water and Power. The most common items retrieved were plastic bags, food wrappers and containers, used tires and tarps. Read more...
Baseball Fields Closed for Annual Renovation
Starting 11/21/13 all baseball fields at Santana, El Cerrito and Mountain Gate closed until January 2, 2014 for annual field renovation.
Butterfield Park Construction
Please note that Butterfield Park is undergoing limited construction December 2 through February 4.
During that time, the entire central parking lot and small portions of the park will be closed to the public.
The Butterfield Dog Park is unaffected and will be open; however, patrons will need to park in the dirt parking lot on the west side of the park.
Beware – Utility Scam!
Some customers have reported receiving a phone call from a company, advising them that their electricity or water services will be disconnected for non-payment. The scammer then tells the customer to purchase a prepaid debit card to pay the bill. While the Department of Water and Power may make courtesy calls, we never require you to pay in this manner. If you receive this type of phone call, hang up and call our Customer Service group at (951) 736-2321 to verify your account status. Please report these calls to the Corona Police Department at (951) 736-2334.
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What’s the BDCP?
Learn more about the purpose of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan in this informative video.
Free Landscaping Classes Set for January
Check out the Free Landscaping classes we have scheduled for this January.
...and be sure to register!
California's water supply: A 700-mile-long journey
Both the federal Central Valley Project and the State Water Project rely on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to bring water to central and southern California. Amy Quinton takes us on a 700 mile journey following California's water supply.
Take the journey with Amy on Capital Public Radio...
DWP Now Open on Fridays
Starting September 9, Corona DWP is opened from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday to better serve you.
Caution — Wet Paint!
The City of Corona Department of Water and Power has hired Tony’s Painting to paint fire hydrants, above ground piping and valves, and reclaimed water facilities. This preventative maintenance helps prevent rust, keeps our equipment looking clean, and helps us extend the life of the equipment to save money. You may notice Tony’s Painting in your neighborhood painting these devices; all their employee’s vehicles will have magnets stating they are a contractor of the City of Corona, and their employees will be wearing a reflective safety vest and hard hat with “Tony’s Painting” labeled on it. If you have any questions regarding this project, please call us at (951) 736-2234.
California Delta Disrupted
Read about the importance of this estuary as a vital water resource for the state
of California in “California’s Water Supply at Risk: Delta Disrupted.”
Have you ever wondered about how your water is treated and delivered?
Attend one of our quarterly facility tours! Read more...
FOG - Fats, Oils and Grease
Keep your drains FOG Free! To learn more about FOG and how to
dispose of it properly, click here.
Over Your Water Budget?
Read our "10 Tips to Help You Stay Under Your Water Budget" brochure.